seven methods of killing kylie jenner by Jasmine Lee-Jones Nominated for This Year's James Tait Black PrizePublished on Tue 18 Aug 2020
seven methods of killing kylie jenner by Jasmine Lee-Jones has been nominated for this year’s James Tait Black Prize.
The James Tait Black Prize for Drama has been running since 2012, and was founded as a drama category for the James Tait Black literary awards, which are the oldest of their kind in the UK. The prize is overseen by the University of Edinburgh, and is awarded every August. [BLANK] by Alice Birch co-produced by Clean Break and Donmar Warehouse and J’Ouvert by Yasmin Joseph produced by Theatre503 have also been nominated.
The winner will be announced in September, via an online ceremony.
seven methods of killing kylie jenner originally ran in the Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs Thursday 4 July 2019 – Saturday 27 July 2019. It was directed by Milli Bhatia and performed by Tia Bannon and Danielle Vitalis.
Jasmine has previously been awarded the Alfred Fagon Award and the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Most Promising Playwright, also for seven methods of killing kylie jenner.
For more information about the James Tait Black Prize, click here.